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team's twitter page. and then icing on the cake the game tonight steph scored 27 points as the warriors beat the new orleans pelicans. the warriors' chase for the record continues. they are now 60-6. >> what a nice birthday all the way around. >> and last night they had a big party in san francisco his wife hosted. things are just golden for the warriors. >> 28? i thought he was older. he's leading the team so well. i thought he was 33, 34. >> he looks like he's about 21. >> he's so cute. >> have a great tuesday morning. >> bye-bye. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- shailene woodley.
eugene levy and catherine o'hara. musical guest, aurora. and featuring the legendary roots ew. >> questlove: 432 midland texas. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. please, please, welcome, welcome, welcome. guys, welcome to "the tonight show"! this is it! [ cheers and applause ] you made it. this is it. oh, feels good to see you. hot show tonight. i'm your host, jimmy fallon and
i want to warn everyone to not get too rowdy or donald trump might cancel the show. [ light laughter ] yeah, things are getting crazy. at a rally over the weekend, donald trump was surrounded by secret service agents after a a man tried to rush the stage. the secret service said the man was dangerous and disturbed, but they had to protect him anyway. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] they're just doing their job. >> steve: it's their job. >> jimmy: they're paid to do -- >> steve: that's their job. >> jimmy: that's their job. that's right. trump was surrounded by secret service agents after a man tried to rush the stage proving once and for all that the best way to keep everyone sound and safe is to build a wall around donald trump. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i've been saying it. he's been saying it. a huge wall. [ laughter ] this is pretty embarrassing here, guys. hillary clinton was on the campaign trail recently and said that she doesn't know where bernie sanders was when she was fighting for health care reform in the '90s.
but sanders campaign responded with a photo of bernie standing right behind her giving a a speech on that issue. [ light laughter ] look at the photo. this is -- yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he's right there. yeah. that raises a lot of questions like, how could you not hear bernie sanders if he was standing right behind you? [ light laughter ] like don't mind me, i'll just be back here offering quiet support! [ cheers and applause ] of course, march madness starts this week. and this is pretty cool. yale will actually be making its first appearance in the tournament since 1962. parents of those yale students say the only thing that could make them prouder is if their kids had gotten into harvard. [ laughter ] [ applause ] oh, my gosh. come on. someone from harvard is on our
writing staff. yeah. this is very nice here. on friday a 112-year-old man was given a guinness world record for being the world's oldest living man. when asked how he achieved that record, the man said i jumped out and scared my older brother. sorry, screwed that up. [ light laughter ] just forget it. i screwed it. we'll do it tomorrow. i don't think it's that topical. [ light laughter ] a 112-year-old man. >> steve: don't do it tomorrow. >> jimmy: i don't think he'll be sitting at home going, he didn't make a joke about how i'm 112 years old. [ light laughter ] what happened to jimmy fallon? [ cheers and applause ] he gave up on us. where is the joke about the 112-year-old guy getting the award? what kind of topical tonight show is this? is this real or is this a a repeat again? [ laughter ] all right. let me try the joke again. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> steve: come on, you can do it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. here's what happened. this -- [ laughter ]
you all know the story. on friday, it's the headline news, a 112-year-old man was given the guinness world record for being the world's oldest living man. when asked how he achieved the record, the man said i jumped out and scared my older brother. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: one one two. >> jimmy: we have another one. >> steve: oh, really? >> jimmy: we have another one. we have another one. >> steve: the latter? >> jimmy: that's right. 112-year-old man was just named the world's oldest living man. when asked on how he plans celebrating, he said, by defeating hillary clinton to be the democratic nominee. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. now it's topical. now you go. that makes sense. >> steve: topicaled it up. >> jimmy: guys, get this, a a town in maine is facing pressure to rename a street called katie's crotch road. [ laughter ] lawmakers say that they
understood people's concerns and announce the street's new name, linda's crotch road. [ applause ] and finally, saw that google set up cameras at the los angeles zoo with motion sensors so the animals can take selfies. [ light laughter ] unfortunately, since it's l.a., they all came out like this. [ laughter ] there they are. we have a great show. give it up for the roots. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good to see you. it's good to see you. it's good to see you guys. it's monday. we have a show coming up tomorrow night from the new batman movie, batman versus superman, the dawn of justice. right? yeah, jesse eisenberg will be here. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: lex luthor. plus, this is big. coldplay will be performing for us.
[ cheers and applause ] i love coldplay. then later this week jennifer garner will be here. [ cheers and applause ] clive owen will be here and john krasinski will all be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] it's a hot week. >> steve: hold on, hot week. >> jimmy: but first, we have a a fantastic show tonight. from the big new movie "the divergent series: allegiant," the lovely shailene woodley is here. [ cheers and applause ] every time she comes on is the best. she's just the coolest. we love her so much. plus, they're two of the funniest actors to walk the face of the earth. they star in the series "schitt's creek." [ light laughter ] >> steve: read it. that's the name of the show. >> jimmy: that's the name of the show. >> steve: "schitt's creek." >> jimmy: it's on the pop. [ popping ] it's on the pop network. [ light laughter ] the first network to be named after a sound effect. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: that's correct. well, there was -- and there was -- but this is much better and -- [ fart noise ] >> jimmy: that's when the series originally aired.
[ laughter ] but they picked it up and it's a really funny show. eugene levy and catherine o'hara are here. [ cheers and applause ] it's good. it's a good show. shailene, eugene and catherine and i are going to play a game of pictionary. so be sure to stick around for that. [ cheers and applause ] plus, making her u.s. television debut with us tonight, we always love when we do this. we have music from aurora! [ cheers and applause ] beautiful. sounds great. guys, i always say our show is lucky to have the greatest band in late night, the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. they're the greatest. [ cheers and applause ] but it isn't always fun and games. no, no, no. from time to time we put the roots to the test where we pick people from our audience and have the roots make up songs about them on the spot. it's time for freestylin' with the roots. here we go.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ freestylin' with the roots >> jimmy: hey! roots, you ready to do this? [ cheers and applause ] let's pick someone here. all right, stand up. how are you? >> i'm great. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm great. nice to see you. you can hold that. i like your pants. >> thanks. >> jimmy: the new yeezies? [ light laughter ] what is your name? >> ashley. >> jimmy: ashley. very good, ashley. ashley, where are you from? >> i'm from pittsburgh. >> jimmy: all right. love pittsburgh. primatis brothers. st. patrick's day is coming up this week. you guys psyched for that? [ cheers and applause ] a lot of people say four-leaf clovers are good luck. what is good luck to you? your good luck charm. >> my good luck charm? >> jimmy: yes. >> can it be a person? >> jimmy: sure.
>> my grandpa. >> jimmy: aw, your grandpa's good luck. awe that's so cute. what's his name? >> emilio. >> jimmy: emilio is good luck. i love this. guys, our pal ashley's here. she's from pittsburgh and since st. patrick's day's coming up, besides four-leaf clovers, her grandpa is good luck. and everyone's grandpa is good luck. we love them. for this one i thought, in honor of st. patricks day, can you do an irish drinking song? [ light laughter ] come on, roots. ♪ no, no, that's like german oompah-pah. [ laughter ] irish. ♪ much better. yeah, yeah. ♪ when ashley's on the this show that's jimmy's irish game ♪ and rock the in from pittsburgh is ♪ when she came and before st. patrick's day a clover brings good luck ♪ if it's not grandpa -- ♪ ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice to see you. oh, no, what happened? >> i tripped while walking to the couch actually. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you tripped? >> yes. >> jimmy: who does that? [ laughter ] i go through this. yeah. sorry, you'll get better soon. yeah. hi, how are you doing? >> hi, how are you? >> jimmy: doing good. don't get up. don't do anything. just sit there. hey, how are you? [ light laughter ] pleasure. oh, my god. i'm sorry. this is going to be awkward. sorry, buddy, no one's going to see this. hi, how are you? nice to see you. thank you for moving out of the way. yeah. if you stood up it would make it much easier, much faster. [ light laughter ] how are you? thank you, thank you. almost here. you look psyched. [ light laughter ] you look psyched. coming over there. oh, my goodness. i see you. how's it going?
>> going great. >> jimmy: what is your name? >> kahari. >> jimmy: kahari. kahari. kahari? march madness starting this week. >> that's right. >> jimmy: what team are you rooting for? >> one and only kentucky. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one and only kentucky. now, look, if you have your own basketball team, what would your mascot be? >> a thunderbird. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: like thunderbird. >> that's my high school. >> jimmy: oh, of course, yeah. [ light laughter ] i was thinking about -- you're so young. guys, we have my man kahari right here. for march madness he's rooting for number one kentucky is what he said. and if he had his own basketball team, his mascot would be the thunderbird. yeah. based on the high school he went to. not the wine liquor beverage,
yeah. for this last one because we're so excited for march madness, can you do like a college fight song? ♪ ♪ kahari is his name and kentucky is his number one team if he had his own team then his mascot would be ♪ ♪ the thunderbirds but not that one you think ♪ ♪ not the one you think but if you're wrong oh well ♪ ♪ his name is kahari k-a-h-a-r-i is how that's spelled ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. thunderbird, that was great. thanks to these guys. thank you to the roots. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with shailene woodley, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a golden globe nominated actress who stars in the highly anticipated new movie "the divergent series: allegiant," which opens in imax and theaters everywhere on friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome shailene woodley! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. oh, you look gorgeous. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: you give the best hugs ever. and i remember -- i learned from -- i actually reminded you. >> yeah, you reminded me. >> jimmy: yeah, of your own thing, because last time i had you on, i'm a hugger and i hug everybody. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i hugged you. and then you go, no, hug the other side so that our hearts touched. >> it's like a heart-to-heart thing, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, see isn't that nice?
yeah, no, i love that. >> thank you for refreshing me. >> jimmy: yeah, because we were talking last time you were here -- you've been on a few times now. and you were saying that you used to hug reporters going down the red carpet. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i was like, yeah, you should stop doing that. [ laughter ] >> no, yeah, i used to, and i don't anymore partly for immunity's sake. to keep your immune system up. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> you're hugging like hundreds -- but also because, it may sound crazy, but have you ever hugged someone and walked away smelling like them for the rest of the day. >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no. >> and all of a sudden at night you're like, why do i still smell like this person eight hours later? >> jimmy: no, the cologne guy? >> so much -- the cologne guy or the perfume lady. >> jimmy: no, i know the cologne guy or the perfume lady. no, no. >> and the worst part is when you start to smell it and you're coming in and you're like, oh, no. and you, like, can't retract because you're already starting. so, you have to commit. and you're just like well, there goes my smell for the rest of the day. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: there's a guy actually on the street and i actually cross the street to avoid shaking his hand because i -- >> no, you don't. >> jimmy: oh, it's just you're stuck with that thing. and i don't know what it is. it's like -- it's almost like
he makes it at home or something. [ laughter ] a home brew -- like a home brew cologne or something. it's like, ah, yeah, yeah. >> i got in an uber the other day with my friend. >> jimmy: there you go. >> oh, my gosh, it was so cold that we couldn't roll down the windows. and we were sitting there like, oh, god. >> jimmy: yeah, it's like you start -- like you start seeing your spirit animal and stuff. >> yeah. [ laughter ] it just must be so expensive to use that much cologne and perfume. >> jimmy: it's too expensive. yeah, you don't have to use that much. yeah, but i was like, "oh, maybe you've always been a a hugger," because i signed your first head shot. and get ready for cuteness overload. look at this person. [ audience aws ] oh, my gosh. >> i mean -- >> jimmy: that is so cute. look at that hair! come on. you could like -- you can get away with anything. that's the cutest face i've ever seen. >> but look at that hair. what was my mom thinking? >> jimmy: oh, i love it. it's so cute. >> she spent two hours blow drying my hair. >> jimmy: i think it's awesome. what were you into at this age? do you remember? >> i was into a lot of -- i was specifically very -- i was 5 or 6, and i was super into princess leia.
>> jimmy: oh, princess leia? yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and i was so angry that my -- >> jimmy: well, you have like a a dorothy hamill type of look here. >> i was so angry. my hair was so short, i couldn't do the leia buns, really. >> jimmy: yeah, you couldn't do the buns. >> not really. >> jimmy: but you tried. >> we committed, we tried. >> jimmy: yeah? >> yeah, you gotta always try. you gotta fake it 'til you make it, you know? >> jimmy: yes. i used to wear the leia buns for years and then people just -- [ light laughter ] >> what happened? >> jimmy: oh, eventually -- >> i think it might be a hit. >> jimmy: they asked me to stop. yeah, absolutely, yeah. but your friends were into it as well? all the kids -- >> yeah, my neighbor next door. she was three years older than me, and she usually got what she wanted. but when it came to like, princess leia, i put my foot down and said, no. >> jimmy: that's my thing. >> i wanted to be leia. so, we agreed to be leia and leia. and every day after school we would play leia and leia. and i don't remember really what we would -- i think we'd like spy on our parents and take little kid notes and stuff. but we were always leia and leia. >> jimmy: see that's always fun. that's good, leia and leia. like "cagney & lacey." like a little crime fighting team. i like leia and leia. i gotta say, congrats on the new movie "allegiant." "the divergent series: allegiant." this is a much bigger movie than the others. they just keep growing and
growing. >> yeah, they do. it is a lot -- it's a lot bigger visually. there's a lot more special effects and a lot of cgi, which was totally foreign and actually a very new interesting experience to learn how to act with that much green screen. but it's so -- >> jimmy: yeah, what part, because i looked at these scenes and i go, what's -- there's no way that could be real 'cause you're not scaling like a, you know, thousand foot wall. >> we were scaling an 80-foot wall, which was super fun. >> jimmy: you really were? >> we were in harnesses and hanging. >> jimmy: at one point i saw donald trump at the top. and i go, well, that might be real. [ laughter ] but i also thought -- >> do you know how many times i've been asked about that? >> jimmy: but i thought his hair was cgi'd. [ laughter ] but everyone, the whole gang's back. zoe kravitz, we love. miles teller, we love. what's happening in this that you can tell everyone about? anything? >> well, it's the first time that our crew of antagonists leave chicago, which is where the first two films take place and they enter this new world called the bureau. and they're basically exposed to this new culture and they have to decide whether they're gonna follow the government's regime or they're gonna create their own regime or they're gonna go back to chicago. so they find themselves in more chaos even though they've left
their own community's chaos. >> jimmy: it's much, much, much bigger than the first two. it's just keeps getting -- and i'm like, oh, my gosh. i don't know how you do it. we have a clip. here's shailene woodley in "allegiant." take a look at this. >> we're almost there. >> yeah, i'm gonna find you. >> what are you, afraid of ice? >> no. who told you that? >> sometimes when i look past the wall, i think that i can see something out there. do you? >> no. i don't. >> maybe you need to look harder. >> i am looking. i'm just not seeing what you're seeing. >> when it's right in front of your face, you will. >> so we're really gonna do this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, it's fun. [ cheers and applause ] it's a fun one. it's a big one. congrats. >> thank you. >> jimmy: the other ones -- the other ones have made like over
$500 million. >> someone said that earlier. and i was like, really? that's so much money. >> jimmy: oh, i know. it's giant, giant thing. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: so, i'm excited for you. you're obviously handling it well. i always like to challenge people to a game when they come on the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's gonna be fun. aren't you excited? >> it's gonna be so fun. except i just don't -- i'm not really a, you know, a drawer. >> jimmy: perfect. >> like at all. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: shailene woodley and i are playing pictionary when we get back. that's perfect! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ only those who dare...
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so joining shailene's team, she's one of the funniest actresses ever. please welcome catherine o'hara! [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm so excited. >> jimmy: i'm so excited. hi, welcome. thank you, thank you, thank you. >> oh, you're welcome. >> jimmy: joining my team. he's a very talented actor, also very hilarious. eugene levy, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, jimmy. >> jimmy: this is big time. this is big time here. >> good. >> jimmy: now, everybody knows how to play pictionary. 30 seconds on the clock. we each take a turn, then we'll have a showdown where both teams will draw the same clue at the same time worth double the points, maybe triple the points. we'll wait and see. >> i've never lost. >> jimmy: you've never lost. >> no. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is perfect. me neither. >> never lost. >> jimmy: may the best team win. shailene, why don't you guys go first. catherine, you can have a seat there. and wherever you want to sit. >> all right. i draw a lot of stick figures. >> that's okay. >> jimmy: all right, what number should she pick, you guys?
[ audience shouting numbers ] >> what did you hear? >> i heard three and four. >> i think i heard four. five, let's do five. okay. oh, no. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. i love the topic. >> it's a person, place, or animal. do i get to do that? >> jimmy: person, place, or animal. >> person, place, or animal. >> jimmy: but not exactly those words. so don't get person, place, or animal. >> ready? >> yeah! >> here we go. >> a mirror? a mirror? [ light laughter ] >> uh-uh. >> no? a portrait? >> mm-hmm. >> a portrait? >> mm-hmm. >> a portrait of dorian gray? [ laughter ] >> disregard the hair, disregard the hair. >> a portrait gallery. somebody who likes to get their picture taken? >> uh-uh. >> oh, my god, a painting. >> you were doing it before. >> an art gallery. >> yep, and -- >> jimmy: you're talking too much. >> oh, my lord, i'm so sorry. >> "mona lisa."
[ moans ] >> jimmy: "mona lisa." >> sorry! >> jimmy: yes, that's good. >> that doesn't remotely look like her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: eugene, no! stop it! you can't say that. don't say that. >> i'm so sorry. >> jimmy: that looks great. it was fantastic. "mona lisa" smile. everyone remembers "mona lisa" with the big smile. >> aren't we just trying to -- >> jimmy: come on. be cool, all right? we're all cool. we're all having a good time here. guys, give me a number. [ audience shouting ] >> all right, here we go. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. all right. we're going to get this. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: phrase. did i say that? >> no. >> jimmy: oh, should have. >> an animal? so it's an animal? >> jimmy: it's a phrase. ready? >> phrase. >> jimmy: phrase. here we go. >> oh, i think i know. >> cat. a phrase. cat -- tongue.
[ light laughter ] cat tongue. [ laughter ] cat tongue. [ laughter ] cat. cat. cat -- oh, hold your tongue. [ buzzer ] cat. >> jimmy: are you kidding me? are you kidding me? cat tongue, cat tongue. the cat's got your tongue. the only phrase with the word cat tongue in it. "mona lisa", "mona lisa." cat's got your tongue. >> i would have got it. >> jimmy: a complete nightmare. >> another ten minutes, i would have had it. [ light laughter ] >> me too, me too. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i can't work under this kind of pressure. >> jimmy: cat's got your tongue. cat tongue. gosh. >> wow. >> jimmy: catherine, i cleared that off for you. please pick this number and enjoy yourself. [ laughter ] sorry.
i'm embarrassed. >> pick a number. >> you didn't say it had to be in english. >> we've got this. we've still got this. >> jimmy: i embarrass myself. [ audience shouting three ] >> three! sorry. i think that's perfect. >> one of you said seven. >> that was your instinct. >> oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're not allowed to say gosh on the show. >> i said "gahh". can i say gahh? [ laughter ] person, place, or animal. >> okay. >> all right. bear with me. >> i'm here. >> don't even try to think. >> i'm not, i'm just going to react. >> oh, wait. >> mm-hmm. starfish. >> what's that? >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa, catherine, what's this? what's this? [ laughter ] ♪
catherine, what are you doing? catherine? >> it's an animal? >> uh-uh. >> star. >> jimmy: can we blur that out? >> star horse. >> that's a bad drawing of -- >> starman. star -- [ buzzer ] star -- [ sad tuba ] >> darth vader? >> jimmy: darth vader, yes, of course. what was that? that is darth -- >> wow, i suddenly -- i forgot what a gun looked like. >> jimmy: that's a gun? >> i forgot what a gun looked like. >> jimmy: that's what it looks like. >> wait, that's a light saber? >> that's not bad. >> jimmy: that's what it looks like, right? >> that's not bad. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: that was a gun. >> so far, cat tongue looks like i'm a genius. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> the mona lisa smiles. >> jimmy: good luck, eugene. good luck, pick any number. >> any number? [ audience shouting ] >> jimmy: all right, here we go. >> oh, wait. >> jimmy: he flashed a little bit, but i did not look. >> other paper. >> it's an object. >> jimmy: that's the confidence i love in my teammate there.
>> it's an object. okay. >> jimmy: oh, he is recycling. no he isn't. no. >> somebody didn't rip their thing off. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is so passive aggressive. >> okay. >> jimmy: he knows that someone is me. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> oh, my goodness. >> jimmy: apple. >> um. >> jimmy: sometime today, eugene, would be fantastic. [ light laughter ] apple ring? [ light laughter ] apple -- what is that? apple bracelet. apple clock. apple time. apple watch. apple watch. [ cheers ] ♪ >> that's it. >> jimmy: that's what you wanted from me, right? >> now we're cooking with gas. >> jimmy: now we're cooking with gas. >> we're cooking with gas. >> jimmy: here we go. i'm feeling good, man. [ light laughter ] all right. here we go. >> are you going? >> jimmy: yeah, which one of
you guys wants to draw? this is the showdown. >> do you want to? i mean, i -- >> my team really likes smiles, can't you see? >> jimmy: we've seen your gun, right? [ light laughter ] >> i'll do it. >> you're going to draw? >> jimmy: i have to hand this in to hr. hold on a second. [ laughter ] >> please, please draw away. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. you're over in -- we get the same ones, whichever one of our teammates -- i'm just hearing this from our judges. this is worth 8,000. [ laughter ] whoever wins this wins the whole thing. all right, we can do this. whoever gets it first, right, wins. okay, here we go. now, which number do you want? [ audience shouts numbers ] >> six. >> jimmy: six, yeah. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: okay. it's a phrase. i didn't hum it. >> it's a phrase. >> it's a phrase? >> jimmy: it's a phrase. >> okay, you didn't hum it. >> jimmy: i didn't not hum it, no. i just happened to do that when i was -- no, seriously i didn't. >> yeah, yeah. okay. >> jimmy: no seriously i didn't. all right. ready? here we go. >> mm-hmm. talking -- talking hands. >> talking hands.
>> talking heads -- hands. talking hands. hands -- shouting! >> talk to the hand. >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] i don't know how you got it. that's how you do it. >> i thought he'd win, because you said you never lose. i didn't want this to be the first time you ever lost. >> i have never lost. >> jimmy: these are real tears. my thanks to shailene woodley, catherine o'hara. the champ! eugene levy. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. more of "the tonight show" when we come back. oh, my gosh. ♪ ♪ the nissan rogue
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are emmy award winning actors. you know them from their work on sctv and films like "waiting for guffman," "best in show" and "a mighty wind. now you can see them in the show "schitt's creek" which returns for its second season. [ light laughter ] i have to show this or else i can't say the title. that's just the rules of television. [ light laughter ] returns for its second season
this wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on pop. everyone, please welcome eugene levy and catherine o'hara. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm so happy to have you on. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for playing the game with us. i appreciate that. >> never lost. >> jimmy: you never lost. you keep saying that but yet you don't seem happy about it. you seem angry about it. >> i don't know why -- >> jimmy: cat tongue. cat tongue. >> i'm so good at art. [ laughter ] you always knew you were funny growing up, i mean, as a kid? >> no, no, i wasn't funny growing up as a kid at all. i didn't actually start -- no, i think it was like high school. and i started writing things that i thought were funny, and
i don't know where it came from. i used to have a little notebook that i would write these little poems and little odd things. and i called it poetry, prose and cons. >> jimmy: there you go. >> you get it? you get that? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> even back then. >> jimmy: do you remember any? >> yes. i wrote a poem called "ode to a a frenchman." [ speaking french ] [ laughter ] that was all. >> didn't it get you elected? >> and i would tag each little thing as by e. levy, i would put. you know? "insecticides." spider, spider, spin your web, clean your cleats and scratch your head. don't eat figs, tomatoes or spaghetti, just lie around and throw confetti. by e. levy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were proud of those. you should frame those. >> did it get you elected as a a school president? >> it actually did. well, i used that -- yes, it did. somebody said, you should run.
i thought, oh boy, i could have great posters. so i -- i so would have a a poster and i'd have a big brown blob on it and i'd call it the mud puddle. vote levy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pieces of art. >> that was it. >> jimmy: pieces of art. >> it's a bird, it's a plane, it's levy. no, it's a bird. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i was right the first time. it was actually a bird. my fault. >> you know, i've never -- >> jimmy: six kids. >> yeah, six kids. a very loud house. >> jimmy: yeah. >> my mother would say every second, can we not have an ounce of dignity at the table, please? and you had to be quick to get your words in, try to get a a laugh. >> jimmy: that's how you get your delivery because you are a a really quick -- >> too fast. >> jimmy: no, perfectly fast. >> i don't have anything to say. i just speak quickly. >> jimmy: that's great. now here you are and this is
the second season of "schitt's creek," i can say this if you show. and just picked up for a third season. congratulations on this. >> yeah, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: last night was the canadian screen awards. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you guys won like six awards last night. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, really. that's fantastic. >> we actually won nine, but who's counting? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about that. >> no, we did very well in our first season. and it was a great show last night. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you were up against your son. >> i was competing with my son for -- i was up for best actor in a comedy series. my son dan was also up for best actor in a comedy series. and people would say to me, how do you feel about being up against your son. i said, i have no idea. this is like for me? i'm obviously rooting for my son because, you know, i'm a a dad. you know.
that's what i told the press. in my heart -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't say that. we'll edit all this out. >> you can edit that. >> jimmy: yeah, of course we can. >> a presenter, the man presenting the award said, and the winner is -- mr. levy. and it cut to eugene sitting there and daniel behind him. and they're such gentlemen, neither of them assumed anything. they both went -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, which one? what's it like to see a a father/son acting and working together? >> it's very sweet. i'm honored to be invited to the levy family. i am. >> you know what i can't to see my kids working in a scene with catherine o'hara. it's totally surreal. >> jimmy: do you stand off to the side watching the monitor and like -- >> when daniel's working? >> jimmy: yeah >> yes. he mouths every word along with daniel. >> jimmy: he's like a dance mom. [ laughter ] >> aw, so sweet. >> just a proud papa. >> jimmy: you're like mama june. you're like mama june. [ laughter ]
this season, we saw at the end of last season that you guys were selling -- you guys were selling the town because you were rich and then you are broke and now you bought a town as a goof. that's how rich you are. >> we bought the town of course. we bought the town of schitt's creek. and i probably bought it on a a black amex card. we had the dough and we bought it because the town was called, schitt's creek. it was a joke. it was a joke gift i bought it for my son. and of course now that we have no money we end up living in this town. it's the only place we can afford to live because it's ours. and this season, you know, we come to the realization that we're just going to be there longer than we originally thought we were. so life has to go on, and it's going on in the town. i think it's a really funny season. >> jimmy: you guys, it's a a fantastic show. it's super, super, super funny, you to watch it on pop. eugene levy and catherine o'hara, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] season two of "schitt's creek" returns wednesday, march 16th
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, you're gonna love her. our musical guest tonight -- that was her debut album, "all my demons greeting me as a a friend." making her u.s. television debut with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] performing "conqueror." please welcome aurora! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ broken mornings broken nights and broken days in between open ground ♪ ♪ the sky is open makes an open sea
oh oh oh oh just like in fiction in ♪ ♪ every addiction oh oh oh fantasy's taking over awake me ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the conqueror but you don't seem to come my way ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the only one but you don't seem to come my way ♪ ♪ broken me and broken them and you are broken too open ears their ♪ ♪ eyes are open makes me call for you oh oh oh oh but there's no seduction ♪ ♪ only destruction oh oh oh oh oh fantasy take me over and break me ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the conqueror but you don't seem
to come my way ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the only one but you don't seem to come my way ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the conqueror but you don't seem to come my way ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the only one but you don't seem to come my way ♪ ♪ but i feel alive i feel alive i feel alive i feel alive ♪ ♪ i've been looking for the conqueror
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to shailene woodley. [ cheers and applause ] eugene levy, catherine o'hara, aurora! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned with "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope we see you tomorrow. bye bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- lupita nyong'o. from "angie tribeca," actor and comedian hayes macarthur. music from chris janson. featuring the 8g band with matt cameron. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlem, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. chris christie interviewed donald trump today at a rally in north carolina. well, it was either a rally or in the waiting room of the world's st